Indian Keto Free Diet Plan For Karwa Chauth During Keto Weight Loss Journey

Indian Keto Free Diet Plan For Karwa Chauth During The Keto Weight Loss Journey

Indian keto free diet planIndian Keto Free Diet Plan For Karwa Chauth During The Keto Weight Loss Journey

Hey beautiful Indian women

Last night I went to the market and found that after a long period of COVID 19 we are finally enjoying all the regular celebrations and festivities Chauth magic in the air. When I saw this, I thought of sharing something that all Indian women would like to know about. Here I share with all of you Indian Keto Free Diet Plan for Karwa Chauth During the keto weight loss journey…. Yes, you read that right, this is especially intended for all those women on a keto weight loss journey. Keep checking the links that have been added on this blog as I've added a few simple weight loss recipes that can be great options Karwa Chauth Sargi even.

List of Sargi Treats you need to be ready with

Here is a list of goodies and things to help you get ready for a filling ketogenic diet during that first early morning meal also known as a filling Sargi.

  1. Fresh coconut water
  2. Fresh pieces of coconut or coconut malai
  3. Quark
  4. Cottage cheese or paneer
  5. Pomegranate seeds
  6. Apple
  7. Almonds
  8. Walnuts
  9. spinach
  10. Besan / gram flour

As the Keto diet Followers must have noticed that none of these things above are high in carbohydrates, so it can be a great way to start off Karwa Chauth Fasting day. So let's start with….

Coconut water

After drinking a glass of regular water, you need to start your day with coconut water. It acts as a detox drink when consumed on an empty stomach. Coconut water is known to help digestion, help you stay hydrated and keep your electrolytes in balance.

Fresh pieces of coconut or coconut malai

Coconut pieces and coconut malai / cream are a great way to add good fats to your keto diet. For more on the goodness of fresh coconut, check out the link here …

Almonds and walnuts

It is a good idea to chew on some soaked nuts like 6 almonds, 2 walnuts while on a ketogenic diet. These help to keep the energy level stable throughout the day. Adding some seeds like pumpkin, sunflower, watermelon, chia, and flaxseed, etc., can be a healthy addition to the fat content as these are all keto friendly as they are low carb, high fat seeds. These will surely help make you feel full because of the dense nutrient and energy levels. If you soak all of the seeds and nuts together, they will help better absorb the nutrients.

Quark / buttermilk / lassi

Cottage cheese can be eaten in the form of lassi or even added to a healthy green smoothie. For a hung quark salad recipe for refreshment low in carbohydrates Start your fasting day Check this link….

Paneer / cottage cheese

Paneer or cottage cheese can be a wonderful addition to your early morning sargi platter. You can have it raw or cooked as you like. Here is a simple low-carb paneer butter masala Recipe for low carb lovers….

Fresh fruits

Fresh fruits like apples, kiwi and pomegranates can be a satisfactory addition to your Sargi meal. You can have them in the form of a chat or add a smoothie with a spoonful Chia seeds and cottage cheese.

Besan or gram flour

If you want something really solid for that early morning keto meal, it's time to make besan cheela. You can fill it with paneer or have it with cottage cheese. Besan's low GI is good for weight loss.

Greens like spinach

Spinach will fill you up all day. You can have besan cheela with palak paneer or, alternatively, add spinach leaves to your nut, seed-laden coconut milk smoothie. All you have to do is toss it all in a blender and add pink Himalayan salt for an added health benefit. There you go …

For the traditional Sargi lovers who don't follow a low-carbohydrate or ketogenic diet, an overnight oats with chia seeds and fruits and a roti filled with cauliflower are wonderfully healthy things to keep you full all day.

Here is a very happy and satisfying Karwa Chauth to all of the wonderful Indian ladies out there.

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